Clear lake guides

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WRB
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Clear lake guides

Postby WRB » Tue Sep 28, 2021 7:38 pm

Any suggestions currently?
Tom

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Re: Clear lake guides

Postby Hogbassing » Wed Sep 29, 2021 7:19 am

Want you goal? Swimbaits and ARig? (Bigbait Baily) Or just catching fish (j.pearl guide service and clear lake guide service) this is just a few guides. There are a ton of good guides. Find some one you click with. You dont want to fish with someone you cant stand and just won't to get off the water.

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Re: Clear lake guides

Postby Dave Brabec » Wed Sep 29, 2021 9:28 am

There’s lots of great guides here. I can name 10 off the top of my head. Richard Pounds has retired. Guides are subject to ramp conditions just like the rest of us. 5 th street the only usable ramp Until we get a bunch of rain. No telling how long the ramp will be usable as the water there is getting shallower every day

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Re: Clear lake guides

Postby WRB » Wed Sep 29, 2021 10:19 am

The guide isn’t for don’t need one, it’s for a friend from the mid west.
We had a few members who are Clear lake guides, just can’t remember who is still in business there?
Tom

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Re: Clear lake guides

Postby monte300 » Wed Sep 29, 2021 11:14 am

I assume you mean bass guides? I say this because there are also guides that specialize in crappie and/or catfish.

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Re: Clear lake guides

Postby Dave Brabec » Wed Sep 29, 2021 12:03 pm

The only one that frequently gets on here is Brenden Sapp .
In no particular order.
Ross England,Bob Myskey, Carl Keller, Paul Bailey,John Pearl ,Jeremy Taylor,Troy Bellah, Josh Adams
all working

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Re: Clear lake guides

Postby Csuhchris » Wed Sep 29, 2021 2:01 pm

Go with Zach from Livefast Movement. He’s notorious for putting days on the water to learn and replicate a pattern for his clients! Megabass gear and a brand new Skeeter is a added Bonus! 15156890886

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Re: Clear lake guides

Postby WRB » Thu Sep 30, 2021 7:16 am

Thanks for all the recommendations, will pass on a few names that I recognize and trust.
Tom

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Re: Clear lake guides

Postby coyote268 » Thu Sep 30, 2021 9:49 am

Bob Myskey is a heck of a good guide and a real nice person.

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Re: Clear lake guides

Postby marinerfandave » Thu Sep 30, 2021 12:20 pm

Ditto on Bob Myskey, I've fished with him the last five years and done well. He is a little old school regarding the electronics but knows the lake extremely well as he lives right there and has been doing this for a very long time. I did two back to back days with him in early July 2020 and got a 6 lb. 11 oz on the first day and a 7 lb. 10 oz. on day two. I've had nothing but good times fishing with Bob and he is a great person.

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Re: Clear lake guides

Postby Larry Hemphill » Tue Oct 05, 2021 11:08 pm

Bob is an excellent guide with years of experience - and success! I have had clients that fished with
Bob and had a great time! We have talked many, many times about the lake and some fun stories about
guiding there. I would recommend him highly. The experience he has on the lake is priceless!! He has
probably seen every weather pattern Clear Lake throws at us and he has seen it all. I guided on 4 or 5
major lakes in my career, but the weather conditions were very important on a open lake like Clear Lake,
and you want a guide with may years of experience on an open water lake - know for its sometimes nasty
wind. I was guiding one night at Clear Lake and we felt the wind blow in all four directions during a 5 minute
period. I read about a similar event in the Bible and thought that would be a weird experience.
NOT at Clear Lake!!


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